Lidocaine urethra

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Trust me, that stuff burns. Anything with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> in it is worrisome for me. If you aren't having any pain, you don't need <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span>, and it can cause irritation in sensetive areas. I worked in a pharmacy for about 5 years, but I'm not a substitute for a doctor. If it starts to hurt or the appearance gets worse, check with someone. Don't take your health for granted!
) Kevin the compounding pharmacist at Dakota pharmacy specializes in treating IC patients, he can make urethral suppositories as well, that put the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> and valium etc. right in the urethra itself. He will work with your physician and custom make meds that your doctor wants to use in them.
) Kevin the compounding pharmacist at Dakota pharmacy specializes in treating IC patients, he can make urethral suppositories as well, that put the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> and valium etc. right in the urethra itself. He will work with your physician and custom make meds that your doctor wants to use in them.
He said I probably have IC and pedundal neuropathy, and before I knew what was going on, the doc jammed a straight catheter into my urethra and injected a mixture of heparin and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> into my bladder. He said it would help ease/numb the pain and wants me to come back once a week for 6 weeks to have this done.
The best way to administer the gel lidocaine is to put it in a syringe, hold the tip firmly against the opening and inject the lidocaine into the urethra. Pinch the top of the urethra to keep it from coming out and work the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> (press the buldge in the urethra and slide down the shaft, that will make it go lower) into the lower urethra, past the prostate for full numbing.
Hi , I recently bought a gel product (combination of benzocaine & lidocaine) and rubbed a bit on my penile head (but carefully avoiding the urethra opening. I am also circumcised). After 20 minutes I washed it off with water & proceeded to have sex with wife with a condom. Later I noticed the gel had some reddish colour and I'm afraid if it could be blood since the supplier is a bit dodgy. Questions: 1) Can HIV survive in blood mixed with benzocaine+lidocaine?
H , I recently bought a gel product (combination of benzocaine & lidocaine) and rubbed a bit on my penile head (but carefully avoiding the urethra opening. I am also circumcised). After 20 minutes I washed it off with water & proceeded to have sex with wife with a condom. Later I noticed the gel had some reddish colour and I'm afraid if it could be blood since the supplier is a bit dodgy. Questions: 1) Can HIV survive in blood mixed with benzocaine+lidocaine?
It is a dialation of the urethra. After the second time, I told the doctor I would never ever do it again. It was done in the doctor's office so anesthesia was not an option. I'd rather deal with the occasional UTI that meds takes care of than go through that awful pain again.
The new standard inoffice bladder instillation for IC is <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> instillation with bicarbonate solution. The <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> is a local anesthetic and the bicarbonate allows the lidocaine to penetrate the bladder wall to get to the bladder nerves. lidocaine without the bicarbonate solution has only minimal bladder wall penetration and very short duration of action (minutes to an hour).
I recently had thyroid surgery and they had trouble putting in a foley catheter because of a restricted urethra. I didn't hear anything about that is my gall bladder surgery so I was wondering if they even bother using a catheter for a lap-chol because it is so short???
I have had this done several times and at least from my experience with other bladder and urethra pain patients many docs do this in office. my URO though is quick and sensitive, giving me the right to say stop when I can not tolerate it, yet encouraging me that if we make it through it last longer. I have never not made it through, honestly the fear of the procedure is worse to me then actually doing it BUT read how I go about it: my uro only used lidocaine while doing it for most.
Hi, By using a catheter which is bigger in size compared to what is required can result in the damage to the urethra and this damage can result in the development of recurrent UTI and also can lead to the development of a stricture in the urethra which is nothing but a narrowing of the urethra due to the fusion of the damaged tissues. Hence, I’ll suggest avoiding the use of the bigger catheter ebcuase of all these problems and thus it makes sense to remove it as early as possible.
When I was around 3 years old I had to have surgery to widen my urethra tube. I was having recurring UTI's and having accidents and wetting the bed. I can't seem to find much information on this condition. From what I have found, I believe it is more common in males and rare in females. I appreciate your help!
I haven't been put out for any of them. First, the nurse will usually inject <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> into your urethra to temporarily numb you. The urologist then inserts the thin tube with the camera on the end and looks around for thirty seconds or so. There might be a slight discomfort as the scope passes the prostate on the way to look inside the bladder. Afterwards, you should be given some antibiotics to prevent infection.
Hi, Some patients who self catheterize do have this sensation.It may be due to the insertion of the catheter into the urethra which may be uncomfortable. Discuss this with your physician since it is possible that residual urine is still present. Relay to your physician how you do this so you may be properly guided in correctly doing the procedure. Always observe strict sterile techniques during catheterization to avoid introducing any infections.
A urologist puts a scope up the urethra and into the bladder to check it out. A gynecologist on the other hand puts a scope in the vagina to look at it. The answer to pain levels with either can vary on what they are doing or why they are doing it for. With either it can help a lot to take a mild pain reliever, and use ice afterwards if you are very sensitive. You can also have them use lidocaine gel to numb the area too. Good Luck!
When I have to urinate, I don't feel the urge/sensation above my pubic bone/lower abdomen. I feel it in my pelvis almost in my vagina. my urethra hurts. It is not like a UTI or anything. There is just a lot of pain and pressure. It hurts a lot to sit. I was just wondering if my bladder could have dropped more and if I should be concerned. Thanks!
I see a Nephrologist week for MSK (will be my first appt) I tend to get little tears (like paper cuts) on the skin right about the urethra, don't know what this skin is techincally called. I'm wondering if I'm passing gravel or small stones and it's causing these tears. They hurt and sometimes bleed, very slightly. Any idea?
I am not a doctor, but have had many cystoscopies performed on me in recent years to check for bladder cancer recurrence. I get a a little squirt of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> in the urethra as a numbing agent; I thought it was standard practice. Also,most every urologist today uses a flexible cystoscope. If your father's doctor still had the old-fashioned rigid kind, I hear it could be uncomfortable. Personally, I find the procedure a minor, but necessary, discomfort.
Within a few weeks, I began having occassional burning/irritation of the urethra and vaginal opening. This has become more and more frequent and is now constant. It is very difficult to urinate when it is flared up. Not because of burning. but I just can't go much at all. At first, prosed worked but now that it is constant, only flagyl works. lidocaine burns horribly. The odor is terrible when not taking the flagyl.
Another new option is bladder instillations of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span>, a local anesthetic to treat acute exacerbations of IC symptoms. Its a daily treatment for 5 days and was reported to work relieving symptoms for at least a month after treatment. There are other research options given in clinical trials. Check the ICA website for a list of trials and locations.
But then they fill your bladder up - and then when you have to urinate it hurts as they have irritated your urethra (sp?). Not awful, but definitely uncomfortable. I was glad to have a very nice nurse - easy to talk to and who made it just very matter-of-fact and comfortable. I wish you luck. Just make sure they keep you informed of what they are doing every step of the way.
the uretha, gentilia, and perineum, were prepared with antiseptic solution, two percent <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> jelly was instilled per urethra and allowed to dwell. Flexible cytoscopy was then performed.
I have been experiencing excruiciating pain in my bladder and my urethra is very tender. Also I experience constant pushing and pressure and it feels like I have to urinate all the time even after I've emptied by bladder. Also, I notice the same thing that as soon as I relax my body it just goes away!! my doctor did diagnose me with bladder spasms but I am still going to a urologist to make sure everything is okay.
There are several diagnostic tests to examine the urethra and bladder. A cystoscope (catheter with camera) can see in your bladder and urethra which may diagnose ic or urethral diverticulitis. Don't worry they numb your urethra first! It is not un common to have problems with mesh and tightness issues. If the urologist thinks your problem is related to your past surgery I would then get a second opinion from a urogyne. I am ten weeks post prolapse surgery.
Within a few weeks, I began having occassional burning/irritation of the urethra and vaginal opening. This has become more and more frequent and is now constant. It is very difficult to urinate when it is flared up. Not because of burning. but I just can't go much at all. At first, prosed worked but now that it is constant, only flagyl works. lidocaine burns horribly. The odor is terrible when not taking the flagyl.
i have scarring in my uretha. Is dilation the recommended procedure? This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/226334'>Urethra Dilation - Consequences</a>.
I guess the urethra can become inflamed with vv as well. I haven't started the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> yet. I really need to, but the thought of numbing things down there makes me nervous! Yoga helps me. I don't feel 100% better, but it is relaxing and it gets the blood flowing everywhere. I'll let you know if I have any success with the lidocaine, once I'm brave enough to start using it!
Roll end of catheter you are going to insert into more <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> jelly, it will numb your urethra. After you cath insert ingred. in opposite end of cath and into bladder, make sure you don't have alot of air in the 60ml syringe or your bladder will feel more full and it might cause more discomfort. I hold this in my bladder for up to 2 hours or as long as you can and then just go potty. AHH relief -The first time it might not work well, the 2nd time better, the 3rd time Hallelujah!!!
How do you tell the difference between a real infection and just this annoying ureathral constriction....Thanks for the tips on the Pyridium I do use that occasionally and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> gel when the burning sometimes seems to be after I urinate on the tip of the ureathea.
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